This week, Michael O’Shea distinguishes the difference between a DUI and a DWI. A DUI stands for “Driving Under the Influence.” This charge means that the blood alcohol content of the driver is .08% or higher blown on a breathalyzer. In contrast, a DWI stands for “Driving While Intoxicated.” A DWI is when the blood alcohol content of the driver is .07% or higher blown on a breathalyzer.
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